NYC mayor announces shocking new vax mandates before leaving office

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) is departing from office in true radical liberal style, having implemented a list of sweeping new COVID-19 vaccine mandates that have angered the city’s residents and bewildered many across the nation.

The new measures include extending the vaccine mandate to all private businesses, which includes more than 184,000 businesses in the city, according to CNBC.

The outgoing mayor has also approved proof of vaccination requirements for everyone 12 and over for most indoor venues, such as restaurants and stores.

“Everyone 12 and older, workers and customers, will be required to show proof of two vaccine doses by that date, unless they received Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine,” CNBC reported.

Even children?

Children ages 5 to 11 years old will also be required to have proof of vaccination for indoor dining and certain activities. Imagine, a five-year-old now needs papers to go to McDonald’s in the Big Apple!

Evidence of a person’s first vaccination shot will be required by Dec. 14, just days before Christmas.

Is this a joke?

The new requirements are so extreme, one certainly couldn’t be faulted for assuming it’s a huge joke. Sadly, it’s not a joke, whatsoever.

The requirement will also hurt childrens’ sports programs. Anyone older than five will now need to be vaccinated to participate in sports, band, dance, or orchestra.

Mayor-elect Eric Adams, who will take over the mayorship on Jan. 1, has supported previous COVID-19 vaccine mandates but will have his hands full as he deals with what will more than likely be a mountain of legal issues related to de Blasio’s asinine mandates.

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